Loft 523 New Orleans
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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Minbar in room
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Refrigerator in room
- Reduced mobility rooms
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... poor Andrew needed it, as it had been a long time on the road.
The next day we planned to head to New Orleans, we were sorry to not have seen much in Dallas but made a call to spend the time we could in New Orleans. We got in at around 6pm and as I read out to Andrew the top things to do, the “paddle boat steamer” stood out and was something we would all enjoy. So we literally made our way straight to the harbour and parked. We got ...
... took our drinks for the road passing by several rent-a-cops on horses that have much bigger issues to regulate on this street than drinking. As we passed the first of many strip clubs a gross advertising old man sitting at the door of a strip club approached us trying to sell us on the specials and what nots but before he could finish his sentence Jack gingerly ran his finger down Kamal’s ear and loudly whispered "You’s pretty". The promoter ...
... out on the sidewalk with sigs reading "Lesbian needs cash for dildo and batteries," bad bar service, ghetto booty dancing, white men trying to rap to karaoke, tarot card/palm readers, horse **** and sweat, prostitues.
We bar hopped until about 3 o'clock and ended the night with some nachos and western egg rolls from Deja Vu. After we ate, Mirza drove me around to point out the prostitutes for a bit and then he dropped me off at my hotel. I came in and passed right ...
... makers all along the way. It gives focus to the land and is proof that highways do not have to overtake landscape. It runs from the Mississippi River in Natchez through the Shoals area in Alabama and then on to Nashville Tennessee on the Ohio River. The Old Trace was first used by the American Indians and then in the 1800’s it eventually became the main return route for Ohio Valley traders. We loved this highway. There were interesting facts to read all ...
... syncs with your own or be prepared for lots of tension!
As it turns out, we manage all our steps seamlessly (luckily) and get to the boarding gate at EXACTLY 8-30am, however, I do not get any coffee and this makes me a very unhappy camper. Paul on the other hand is as pleased as punch that not a millisecond has been wasted! Fortunately there were no hiccups but you can never count on that! Once in the air, I can relax but I feel cranky without coffee ...